In September Disney World crowds get a treat. The weather is perfect, the crowds are light, and the food and wine are fantastic.
The Princess and her Prince Charming had a September honeymoon trip to Walt Disney World. They found everything to be just about Perfect.
September is typically a great time to visit Walt Disney World.
Dad’s Crowd Calendar Disclaimer
This calendar is based on historical facts, as I know them today. The Walt Disney World Resort is an ever-changing environment and you might find things significantly different from below.
(There, Mr. Dad’s lawyer, are you happy?)
September is normally one of the lowest crowd months at Walt Disney World. So Disney spices up the months with several special events. Mickey’s Not So Scary Halloween Party runs all month in September on selected nights in the Magic Kingdom. The Epcot International Food and Wine Festival is underway, having started at the end of August.
How to avoid September crowds
Yes, there aren’t a lot of crowds in September at Disney World, however, Dad’s handy dandy crowd avoidance tips and techiniques still work. Dad shows how to use FastPass, and gives tips on when to visit the parks. Check it out.
Dad’s 2019 WDW Crowd Calendars
Dad’s 2020 WDW Crowd Calendars
Do you still have questions about September Disney World crowds? Is there anything at all you want to know about Disney World? Why not Ask Dad? Dad knows Disney World and isn’t afraid of telling you what he knows.
The complete crowd picture
Here is an overall view of what the crowds at Disney World will be like during the month of September. This calendar is based on Dad’s knowledge and whatever information he can find about crowd patterns during the month. For a complete, park by park day by day, look at what the crowds are in each park, check out Touringplans.com.
The guys and gals at Touringplans.com literally wrote the book on Disney World crowds (The Unofficial Guide Walt Disney World). They have years of historical crowd levels so you can see what the crowds have been like through the years. They have projected crowd levels in each park for every day of the year. Each day there is a recommendation for the best parks to visit and those to avoid. They even have an smart phone app that shows how long the lines are at every ride in real time.
I use Touringplans.com for my trips and highly recommend it. Trust me.
Dad’s Bottom Line
September is just about the best time in the year to miss Disney World crowds. Let’s go.